Advanced Discovery, a global eDiscovery and risk management company, today announced Timothy LaTulippe, a senior expert advisor from the company’s global headquarters in London, will be speaking at the ABA Cross-Border Discovery Institute: The Interplay between E.U. Data Protection and U.S. Discovery taking place July 26-27 at Hotel Bayerischer Hof on Promenadeplatz 2-6 in Munich, Germany.
LaTulippe will be on a panel for the July 26 Session 6 at 16:30 on “The Impact of the Cloud on Cross-Border Discovery.” LaTulippe is a senior member of the Advanced Discovery U.K. team, where he advises clients dealing with complex investigations, data privacy and information security in both the public and private sectors. He and the Advanced Discovery team have worked on thousands of high-stakes, time-sensitive, high-volume matters involving multinational and multijurisdictional discovery.
“We look forward to being part of this global educational event,” states Julia Chain, managing director and EVP, International of Advanced Discovery. “Timothy will bring immense value and insight to his panel given his extensive eDiscovery cross-border experience.”
The ABA Cross-Border International Institute plans to provide an overview of the rapidly evolving EU data privacy landscape, including the new General Data Protection Regulation set to go into effect in 2018. In addition, participants will receive a “day-in-a-life” view of how corporate data that sits in the European Union is viewed by regulators when a data transfer request is received or socialised with the DPAs.
Warren Kruse, vice president of data forensics, and Dan Rupprecht, senior eDiscovery consultant for Advanced Discovery, will also be in attendance.
This two-day programme has been approved for 12 continuing privacy education credits by the International Association of Privacy Professionals.
For more information on Advanced Discovery, visit http://www.advanceddiscovery.co.uk.
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